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Miami coach Randy Shannon has seen this before. When seniors start to realize they have just a handful of games left in their college career, their productivity typically soars.
There was a play in Miami's one-sided win over Pittsburgh where linebackers Colin McCarthy and Sean Spence ended up tackling each other, and still managed to deal the Panthers an 18-yard loss.
Adewale Ojomo leaned back in his seat and smiled.
Bailey, they say, was being as effective for Miami earlier in the season as he was now, even though he wasn't getting sacks.
"I've been relaxing and having fun, and it just came," said Bailey, a 6-foot-4, 285-pounder from Sapelo, Ga. who considered turning pro at the end of last season, but returned to chase an ACC championship ring. "The whole team's having fun. ... It's all the work paying off."